Roboexotica is a festival held yearly in beautiful Vienna, Austria. For the fifteen year anniversary of the event in 2013, I was invited to create this poster which was wonderfully well-received. If you've never had robots mix you cocktails until you developed an inexplicable Scottish accent, then you had best make plans to attend the next event!

-James
01/01/2015

This is one of my favorite assets from a video game project I worked on that released on October of 2014. Simply titled The Shopkeeper, the game follows a wealthy young man attempting to purchase just the right gift for his cold mother-in-law. In his travels, he comes across an antique store full of items to browse, each with a story behind them narrated by our titular character.

-James
01/01/2015

The latest commission piece is here! This illustration is going to be used as a play mat for Hidden Assets, a Seattle-based Netrunner video podcast. Cyberpunk drawings are always fun, aren't they?

-James
01/29/2015

This is a prop painting I worked on feverishly(literally, I was quite ill) to get it ready in time for filming Die Gstettensaga: The Rise of Echsenfriedl. I worked on it late in the year of 2013 while visiting Vienna as part of MuseumsQuartier's artist residency program. It is meant to be quite a cheesy painting style as I was imitating some of the more extravagant of Boris Vallejo's art from the 80's. In addition to this painting, I also did around 20 speed drawings digitally for the opening sequence of the film. This painting marks my first semi-serious attempt at a digital painterly style instead of my usual cell-shaded look, and as a result I learned a lot while making it.

-James
01/01/2015

Greetings comrades! Sierra Zulu is a fine feature film from our fetchingly friendly fellows at Monochrom. Do not be distracted by the fact that it is still in the making, be encouraged that it approaches! This is a faux cover for a comic side project of the film. It was my pleasure to draft this back in 2012.

-James
01/01/2015

This started out as a sketch at a coffee shop of a dude I thought looked interesting. Then I decided it was looking good so I just kept coloring at it. I decided that his name was Charles. His real name wasn't actually Charles, but it should have been. Someday, I'll let him know.

-James
01/01/2015

I whipped this up last year as a concept for a friend's urban D&D elf sorceror. His name is Ben and he just really likes fire spells.

-James
01/01/2015

A commissioned custom illustration, here is a Kermit the Frog/Alien mashup drawn in the style of Roy Lichtenstein. If you were inclined to buy this piece, you could do so here.

-James
01/12/2015

These two jokers are from Hotline Miami, a game I've had entirely too much fun with. I drew them as part of a "drawing-a-day" challenge for October of 2014.

-James
01/01/2015

Another from the "drawing-a-day" challenge, this is Sirius Black of Harry Potter fame. I did this on one of my weekend days, when I had more time for it. I like to think that I captured some of his madness.

-James
01/01/2015

Wednesday Addams, because she's super cool that's why.

-James
01/01/2015

I just like this crow.

-James
01/01/2015